Die Konferenz zu Docker und Co.
Mannheim, Congress Center Rosengarten,
14.-17. November 2016

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// Is Continuous Delivery Killing Application Security?

Agile development methodologies and continuous delivery offer a rare opportunity to automate security into software early in the lifecycle where costs are lowest. Gone unchecked, they also enable development teams to run roughshod over secure coding practices erasing any productivity gains and producing an undeliverable, insecure product.

Whether part of a large enterprise working to streamline your software delivery lifecycle or a startup who has already implemented a highly automated continuous delivery system, you'll discover opportunities you may be missing that can reveal vulnerabilities and get them remediated earlier, when they are least expensive.

Vorkenntnisse
Attendees should have a high level understanding of container technology like Docker, orchestration technology like Puppet or Chef and an operational understanding of continuous integration toolsets such as Jenkins.

Lernziele
Whether part of a large enterprise working to streamline your software delivery lifecycle or a startup who has already implemented a highly automated continuous delivery system, you'll discover opportunities you may be missing that can reveal vulnerabilities and get them remediated earlier, when they are least expensive.

// Tony Rice Tony Rice

leads secure application development automation for Cisco. With more than 20 years of industry experience, he has built nearly every aspect of simplifying and securing the application development lifecycle. Rice holds a patent on large scale SCM system monitoring, along with CISSP and Scrum Master certifications.